KAEA (SUDPRO), a member of the ubiquitous KEOPS/EKC protein complex, regulates the arginine catabolic pathway and the expression of several other genes in Aspergillus nidulans.
Warsaw, Poland. In Gene, Jan 2016
In A. nidulans, mutations in kaeA result in several phenotypic effects, the derepression of arginine catabolism genes, and changes in the expression levels of several others, including genes involved in amino acid and siderophore metabolism, sulfate transport, carbon/energy metabolism, translation, and transcription regulation, such as rcoA(TUP1), which encodes the global transcriptional corepressor.
Homeodomain proteins: an update.
Basel, Switzerland. In Chromosoma, Nov 2015
Homologs of the co-repressor protein Groucho are also present in plants (TOPLESS), where they have been shown to interact with small amphipathic motives (EAR), and in yeast (TUP1), where we find an EH1-like motif in MATα2.
Adherence of Candida sp. to host tissues and cells as one of its pathogenicity features.
Łódź, Poland. In Ann Parasitol, 2014
Various researchers specify a range of genes which contribute to adhesion, such as: CZF1, EFG1, TUP1, TPK1, TPK2, HGC1, RAS1, RIM101, VPS11, ECM1, CKA2, BCR1, BUD2, RSR1, IRS4, CHS2, SCS7, UBI4, UME6, TEC1 and GAT2.
Histone H3 dynamics in plant cell cycle and development.
Madrid, Spain. In Cytogenet Genome Res, 2013
We also include a discussion on the histone H3 chaperones that actively participate in H3 deposition, in particular CAF-1, HIRA and ASF1, and on the putative plant homologs of human ATRX and DEK chaperones.